A long-time friend of Goldie and a staple of the Nordic dance music scene, Agzilla’s eclectic debut album is set for release this February.
Blurring the lines between the rough with the smooth and delving into various genres including jungle and drum & bass as well as leftfield techno, house and bass music, ‘Cats Can Hear Ultrasound’ is a genuine melting pot of contrasting sounds covering a diverse range of BPMs.
The album sampler is headlined by remixes from OneMind and Kid Drama who both deliver their own exquisite take on Agzilla’s music, with the full digital package containing a further 9 original creations.
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Lushness is a Metalheadz signature, but this album is so atmospheric, it (or at least its first 3/4) could have been a Good Looking release in the late '90s/early '00s. It reminds me of artists like KMC, Rantoul, and Future Engineers who brought programmed drums and a sleeker, techier vibe to atmospheric dnb. The last 1/4 of this album is slightly darker and reminds me of classic neurofunk; it could have been a Subtitles release in the early '00s.
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A deep Drum&Bass album with that certain aura... Despite all the danceability it often lets my thoughts wander. In interviews the artist told about the album's references to his own family and who could have known that we listen to Lenzman's 96-year-old grandmother on 'Easy now'? It's because of things like that, that I love music that has a real artist behind it. A wonderful journey! pocket*galaxy